Yeah, the argument that you may do damage to your MVS system with a poorly made bootleg is something to think about.dannywhac said:One thing that always bothers me about these are the presence of Voltage Regulators on the boards.....one of these goes a tad wrong and it'll pop fuses/burn traces on yer MVS board
This one is common. It strikes me that it must be one of the better hacks (still terrible).fuzionmuse said:Here's another find... KOF 2005? hmm... Another one that technically doesn't exist, at least officially...
DegenerateSkate said:I actually had a bootleg blow up on me once. It was a KOF 10th Anniversary. During gameplay the game's sound constantly made a loud buzzing noise. After about an hour of play, I heard a loud pop. I then looked in the back of my cab and noticed that the clear cartridge casing was full of grey smoke. The same still worked, but had garbled sound. I was lucky that it didn't damage my setup.